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B.  Progress and Accomplishments

0 In FY 1984, the Department received 112 applications for new projects,
many from organizations that had not previously participated in this
program.

C.    Costs, Benefits, and Effectiveness

Scope: In 1984, four continuation grants were awarded to centers serving
deaf students. Program staff estimate that approximately 600 students
were served by interpreters, note-takers, or other assistants. These
annual grants ranged from $400,000 to $600,000. Seventeen new demonstra-
tion grants benefiting learning disabled and mildly mentally retarded
individuals were awarded, with an average award of $132,500.

In 1984, no contracts were awarded.

Effectiveness:    No data on effectiveness are available.

D.    Plans for Program Improvement and Recommendation for Legislation
None.

E.    Supporting Studies and AnalysisCited inSection C Above:
None.

F.    Other Supporting Data:
None.

III.    RESPONSE TO GEPA 417(b)

No studies of this program are in progress.

Contacts for Further Information

Program operations:    Joe Rosenstein,  (202)  732-1176

Program studies:    Eugene Tucker, (202) 245-8364 given to programs serving multistate or interstate regions